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Relaxation time for deviations from spherical shape of a black hole's event horizon (and waves)
A different question about truly spherical objects in nature (Do spheres exist in nature?) made me think of a lecture I had been at where, as I recall, it was mentioned that the most perfectly ...
Jan 12 '13 at 15:52
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